British officials said they have postponed an inquiry into the 2006 death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko until October.
A British lawyer says the government is trying to cover up evidence in the death of a former KGB agent in order to strengthen trade ties with Russia.
Usually tight-lipped about targeted assassinations, Israel recently has gone public. Why the sudden openness? The answer may -- or may not -- lie buried in a tomb in the West Bank.
Testimony at a preliminary inquest in London has linked the late Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko to the British intelligence agency MI6.
UPI Almanac for Friday, Nov. 23, 2012
At a London inquest Thursday into the poisoning death of a former Russian spy, lawyers claimed intelligence authorities were suppressing evidence.
The debate of the death of Yasser Arafat resumes the debates of a two-state solution for Israel and the Palestinians.
The widow and daughter of Yasser Arafat started legal action in France over claims the Palestinian leader died of radioactive poisoning.
Suha Arafat, widow of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, intends to sue the French government, demanding an investigation into his 2004 death, her lawyer says.
If Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat had been killed by polonium poisoning in 2004, high levels would not have been found on his clothes, an Israeli expert says.
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